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Three new staff members have joined Randolph Community College recently.

Cheryl C. Turner was named director of college development and executive director of the RCC Foundation.Turner was most recently director of corporate and foundation giving for the North Carolina Zoological Society. She worked there just over three years.

Originally from Burlington, Turner graduated from Grimsley Senior High School in Greensboro, attended East Carolina University in Greenville and graduated cum laude with a bachelor's degree in economics and psychology from UNCG. She also has completed master's course work in economics at UNCG.

Turner has been a member of the Randolph Rotary Club for three years and has served on the board of directors and membership committee; she is a member of Habitat for Humanity where she has served on the board of directors, the fund-raising committee and the support committee; and she is a lifetime member of the North Carolina Zoological Society. Turner also has completed Leadership Randolph training through the Asheboro/Randolph Chamber of Commerce. She and her husband, Bo, live in Asheboro.

Kimberly K. Borden has been named an early childhood specialist for the Quality Improvement Project. Border has worked for Asheboro City Schools for six-and-a-half years and at Alamance Mental Health and Alamance Public Schools. She earned her high school diploma from Jamaica High School and earned a bachelor's degree in special education from City College of New York. Borden is attending graduate school at UNCG. She and her husband, Jason, and two children live in Seagrove.

Elaine M. Cox has joined RCC as purchasing clerk. She had been working as a bookkeeper for Asheboro Building Supply for 33 years. A native of Asheboro, Cox graduated from Seagrove High School and earned a diploma in accounting from Asheboro Commercial College. She and her husband, Larry, live in Asheboro.

Randolph Community College will offer several classes starting in January as part of its Clerical Professional Training series of noncredit courses.

These courses are for individuals desiring to develop or upgrade their clerical skills but who do not wish to earn college credits. A noncredit certificate may be earned in three clerical areas: Clerical Assistant, Administrative Assistant Level I, or Administrative Assistant Level II.

Courses beginning in January are Business Math/Calculator Use, Payroll Accounting, Professional Development and Records Management.

On the Asheboro Campus, Business Math/Calculator Use (0100245) will meet from 8 a.m. to noon Saturdays, Jan. 6-Feb. 24. The focus of this course will be on basic math as applied in the business setting. Registration is $55.

Payroll Accounting (0100096) will be offered on the Asheboro Campus from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, Jan. 3-Feb. 7. Registration is $55.

Professional Development, a course which includes a review of proper grammar, business letter formats and telephone etiquette, will be offered on the Asheboro Campus. The course (0100246) will meet from 12 noon to 4 p.m. Saturdays, Jan. 6-Feb. 10. Registration is $55.

On the Archdale Campus, two sections of Records Management are being offered. This course teaches records management concepts and reinforces them with practical applications. The first section (0100731) will meet from 9 a.m. to noon Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, Jan. 8-31. The second section (0100732) will meet from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, Jan. 9-Feb. 8. Registration is $55.

For more information on these courses or to register, call 633-0267 in Asheboro and 861-4241 in Archdale.

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